This little pencil drawing on paper was done for “Step-a-bit,” Sam Savitt’s first book, which was published in 1956. This artwork measures 8 by 11 inches and has no mat or frame. In the top margin are hand-written notes by Sam Savitt, indicating what the caption should say. Considering that it is 62 years old, this piece is in good condition. Price: $250. (SOLD)
This watercolor is a snapshot of a horse picking up speed in the final stretch of a racetrack. Measuring 14 by 18 inches, this painting has a lovely gilt-edge frame with white mat and brown inset. Price: SOLD
This drawing of a rodeo rider at the first few moments of his ride shows how a simple pencil — in the right hands — can convey the extraordinary raw power of a bucking horse. This drawing on paper, unframed and unmatted, measures 11 by 12 inches. Price: SOLD
This is the original study for poster created in 1972 for the Pinto Horse Association of America. It is painted in gouache and contained in a simple white mat, which measures 14 by 20 inches. Price: $950. (SOLD)
This whimsical ink drawing was originally illustrated for the 1965 book “Christy Finds a Rider,” by Elizabeth Harrover Johnson. The drawing measures 6 by 8 inches and is contained in a simple white mat. Price: SOLD
This pleasing little ink drawing of wild horses is rendered on paper. It measures 5 by 7 inches and is contained in a black desk frame. Price: SOLD
This little drawing in a black watercolor was an illustration for a book entitled “If You Want a Horse,” by Olga Hoyt, published in 1966. It captures a moment familiar to many horse owners. This artwork on heavy paper stock measures 7 by 9 inches and has no mat or frame. Price: SOLD
The simplicity of this sketch, done with a black pencil and a brown pencil, is an example of the spare style this artist used so effectively. Drawn on a sheet of paper, this image measures 11 by 14 inches. There is no mat or frame. Price: $350.